Natalis Ruby, the artist from New York with a new song by the Spanomarkou sisters

18 September 2020

New York based artist Natalis Ruby announced her collaboration with Greek internationally renowed and award winning Spanomarkou sisters via social media, and invites her Greek fans to comment on their new song titled "Preocupado".

Songwriter Natalis Ruby, the multi-platinum awarded artist with origin from Puerto Rico with two Grammy nominations who has glamorous back vocals collaborations in several albums (Kanye West, J. Cole, and David Anthony), not only wrote the lyrics, but also performed the song "Preocupado". The music composition is by internationally renowned composers Areti & Ioanna Spanomarkou, with Latin and rock elements that fit very well with Natalie's origin.

From New York, where she lives, she sent a message to her fans about her collaboration with the Spanomarkou sisters, describing her new song, which talks about unfulfilled love, and new beginnings in life.

Areti & Ioanna Spanomarkou are internationally renowned and award-winning composers / lyricists. They have written and arranged music for films and theater. Since 2012 they have released 5 albums, many singles and their music is included in 42 collections, with international distribution. They also have composed songs for social causes. They draw inspiration from symphonic, traditional, and electronic music, and are influenced by the style of Vangelis, Alexandre Desplat, Bernard Hermann, Wojciech Kilar, Hadjidaki, Theodorakis, Carl Orff, and Hans Zimmer. In 2013 they founded the "Spanomarkou Orchestra" with which they make performances - tributes, under their curation and direction. Their music is popular to Greeks living in Australia and the USA, while in Greece has many broadcasts on ERT Radio (Greek National Radio). Spanomarkou sisters are regularly mentioned in Greek and international press.


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